Pros: Perfect.Great location . Warm welcome . Great B&B
Pros: High quality B&B. Lesley and Lee are attentive hosts keen to ensure you have a comfortable stay and they meet all your needs. Breakfast was excellent and the setting, on the loch, peaceful and ...
Pros: Lee and Lesley were absolutely fantastic to stay with. Oak Lodge was a wonderful B&B - our room was very large, spotless, and comfortable. Breakfast each morning was delicious, and we were ...
Pros: Our stay with Lee and Lesley was just wonderful, they are very caring hosts. We stayed at their lovely house after a long day on the road. They provided us a simple meal, and they had a very ...
Cons: The midges, but that goes with the program this time of year!
Pros: Stunning view from our bedroom, magnificent accomodation, great hosts, go the extra mile to make your stay enjoyable 5** throughout.
Cons: too short a stay
Pros: Lovely views
Cons: It was information overload when we arrived, would have been nice to settle in first
Pros: Just perfect, really. Nothing to improve. Nice hosts, great rooms and breakfast.
Pros: Very comfortable room, great breakfast, very helpful owners.
Pros: Super comfy bed. Large room with good view. Lounge facility for guests
Cons: Bit odd, and not that convenient, to be told you cant have breakfast until 9am because the other two times are already booked. There are only 3 rooms and it means you don't get to chat with the ...
Cons: There was no restaurant....which was not clear when we booked It's run as a B&B.....and trying to eat in the town proved difficult.... It's a big oversight and needs to be addressed
Pros: Outstanding location, incredibly friendly reception and very very comfortable.
Pros: Scenery was amazing, never seen anything like it. Nice Friendly couple.
Pros: Friendly proprietors. Large room. Good standard of decor
Cons: parking away from building and up a muddy track. Lack of TV and WIFI in room
Pros: It's remoteness, views and peace and quiet. Very good home made food, the honesty shop, pottery and the hosts. One of the best stays I've had anywhere.
Pros: Location, food and staff very good
Cons: Firstly, only one of the two rooms we booked were available and the only other room they could offer was a disabled facilities room at the rear of the ground floor. Secondly , there was no hot water ...
Pros: This place was beautifully run by a young couple who was very welcoming and very accommodating. The beds were a lot more modern than the pictures here, and the view from the room was amazing!
Pros: Excellent location, with stunning views Breakfast was excellent Hosts could not have been more friendly and helpful Huge room, very tastefully decorated and comfortable Lots of character and charm...
Pros: Sam and Rachel proprietors couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful. Beautiful rooms. Stunning location. Would love to return for a longer stay in the near future.
Cons: Everything was perfect.
Situated in the mountains, this lodge is within 9 mi (15 km) of Inverkirkaig Beach, Achmelvich Beach, and Clachtoll Beach. Stoer Beach and Clashnessie Beach are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Pros: The rooms were very homey and comfortable and it was a very relaxed atmosphere. There were many nice touches including home-made tablet in each room. My daughter in her 20s was very pleased with the ...
Cons: We were happy with everything. This is not a luxury boutique modern hotel but it is a charming, comfortable establishment with plenty of character.This is in an isolated setting so may not suit all ...
Pros: Great welcoming hosts. Meals excellent, a little different and extremely tasty and sensibly priced. Beautiful location. Mesmerising watching the birds feeding at breakfast time.
Pros: The view from the room
Cons: Earlier breakfast
Pros: Great location, lovely friendly people. Good food and beer.
Cons: Bed was a bit narrow.
Pros: Very tasty dinner. Good local beer. Pleasant restaurant with wood/coal burning fire. We had ridden 200 miles on motorbikes in pouring rain so the fire was a bonus. Good value wine. Pleasant ...
Cons: Martin, the owner, did all he could to dry our extremely wet riding gear using his drying room. Unfortunately, some of the kit was still not dry the following morning. Not a huge issue but for ...
Pros: Wonderful location on Loch Shin. Very peaceful only sound bird song. Well worth the drive down to the hotel. Very friendly hosts and food excellent. Thoroughly recommend and would love to stay ...
Pros: The beds were so comfortable, bed linen so lovely and crisp, rooms very clean -everything was perfect for our stay and a great treat for my friend for her special birthday. Evening meals were ...
Pros: First class everything, would use again.
Cons: Nothing really
Pros: Welcoming hotel in a beautiful place. I arrived late as journey took a little longer but was made very welcome. Hearty well cooked breakfast with advice for local activities was appreciated.
Pros: Good view and room facilities.
Cons: When we arrived the property, there were a million of those little flying insects at the entrance. When I opened the car doors, they fly into my car and also covered all my exposed skin. The next day...
Pros: Built in the 1980s, Inver Lodge strikes us as a considerably overpriced, glorified, blandly, not luxuriously, decorated Holiday Inn, with the addition of a nice fire in the drawing room. We're ...
Cons: See above.
Pros: room and breakfast very good staff helpfull and friendly
Cons: Although pets are allowed you should not be asked to put your dog in the back of your car while you have dinner
Pros: Friendly staff and extremely helpful with our bags to the room. Wifi in room was great. Meal in the evening and breakfast were amazing! They accommodated gluten and onion free meals with no fuss.
Cons: The rooms were a bit dated, needs modernising
Pros: I THOUGHT THE STAFF WERE SUPERB BUT THE FACILITIES NEED UPDATING . I WAS DISAPPOINTED IN THE ONE BREAKFAST WE HAD-IT WAS TASTELESS THE PRICES ARE FAR TOO STEEP! I WENT BACK TO Aberdeen AND PAID £...
Cons: AS ABOVE
Pros: Stunning views
Cons: No resident receptionist (reception duties carried out by porters/concierge)
Pros: This hotel has a wonderful ambience as soon as you enter. The staff were most welcoming and helpful. The rooms and dining room have beautiful views of the coast. The public rooms are very comfortable ...
Pros: Comfortable and conveniently located.
Cons: Wifi connection was terrible.
Pros: Clean. Nice view from the window. I also very much like that they refill their soap/shampoo containers - thereby cutting on waste created with those little 'one-use' soaps etc.
Cons: You know what a five star property is? A place where *I* feel like five stars! Inver Lodge, on the other hand, is all about making it know that *they* are five stars! Customer service is poor. ...
Pros: The staff were uniformly courteous, helpful and attentive. The location is fantastic. And the breakfast was good - fruit salad a bit limited in content (three sorts of melon); and the porridge could ...
Cons: The restaurant is high end - but comes with a three course set price dinner. But you don't always feel like eating that much. And while it was good, it was short on veg and heavy on the richer ...
Pros: Brilliant views from the rooms and dining room down to the loch. Relaxed atmosphere. Handy for going to restaurants in Lochinver. Well located as a touring base.
Cons: Minibar fridge in room was loud, had to switch it off.
Pros: Views, room and bathroom excellent. Breakfast was very good as well.
Cons: Television looked old and small compared with other hotels.
Pros: staff. good food. quiet lounge
When visiting Lairg, Inver Lodge is a great choice to consider. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like Select Comfort beds with premium linens.
Hello, our names are Cameron and Eleanor and we couldn t be happier to invite you to stay with us at Tigh na Sith. We recently took over running the bed and breakfast from our good friends Nick and Patrycja who established the business and really got it running. They have decided to move on and try something new, offering us the opportunity to take over and run Tigh na Sith. We are hoping if you have stayed before you will recognise their influence and high standards and that you will be delighted with the changes we have made as well. We met whilst studying at university and graduated with degrees in Brewing and Distilling and Marine Biology. Having spent the next two years moving around regularly, we decided we would like to stop hauling all our worldly possessions around the country and work for ourselves. We both enjoyed working in the hospitality industry and thus the idea of running a Bed and Breakfast was born. After making a passing comment to John and Irene of Crubenbeg House, a plan was hatched and we had the good fortune of finding one that was perfect for us, Tigh na Sith. Eleanor has a wonderful sense of style, having been brought up in a very artistic household. Many of the paintings around the house are by her mother, and many of the photos are by her father. She can often be found working away on one of her many projects. Cameron likes to live at a calm, relaxed pace of life he likes nothing better than to relax in a comfy chair with a book. With this in mind he really hopes that you can enjoy the spaces available and have a relaxing holiday.
Pros: Fabulous meal. Very friendly staff. Lovely modern room.
Cons: Residents Bar area needs more comfortable seating.
Pros: Good facilities including bike store
Pros: Traditional small hotel. Good evening meal.
Pros: Lovely cooked breakfast. Pleasant staff.
Cons: Single room very small and too hot. Reception not manned.
Pros: Easy location on main street. Very friendly, helpful staff. Good restaurant on site - lovely meal, and delicious breakfast. Comfortable room, with couch.
Cons: A lift for cases, but staff were helpful.
Pros: The hotel looked very shabby on the outside but adequate inside
Cons: no lift in hotel and not a welcoming look fro the outside
Pros: Staff and food great. Wonderful selection of malts.
Cons: In the process of renovation if that way again would stay again hoping they have finished it all. If travelling by train with bags you will need a taxi.
Pros: Very nice place to stay,Staff were very helpful and food was good
Cons: Needs uplifting but overall good value for money..
Pros: A Good welcome. The hotel is going through some refurbishment, but is well planned and had no impact on our stay. Our room was great recently refurbished and very clean and comfy. The staff were ...
Cons: It would be nice to have a residents lounge area
Pros: Breakfasts were good as was the restaurant food in the evenings.
Cons: The bar area of the hotel was also the breakfast room. The public bar next door was very basic and not the greatest selection of beers.
Pros: The hosts were friendly. Porridge - and breakfast generally - was good. Some nice individual touches, like good-quality picture on bedroom wall, provision of bottled water.
Cons: Duvet not wide enough, and so it kept slipping off. Also there were what felt like diamond shaped ridges on the mattress. The TV in the bedroom was below par. I couldn't alter the ...
Pros: Kind and welcoming hosts, a quiet and comfortable room with somewhere safe downstairs to leave our bicycles. Good hearty breakfast.
Pros: The location was perfect
Cons: Although the bedrooms were clean. They were basic. The rest of the hotel was filthy, remains of Christmas decoration still about. Open pot of yoghurt brought out2days running, breakfast cereal - ...
Pros: A wonderful Scottish country pub. Has everything you need. Excellent food...breakfast and dinner. I had a mouth watering Aberdeen Angus steak and she had a scrumptious lamb shank.Lesley and Iain were ...
Pros: Easy to find, only short walk from restaurant, spar, P.O and coffee shop. Garden across road. Delicious breakfast. Owners very friendly and welcoming. Bikes safely stored.
Cons: Property in need of renovation but everything clean. Dont be put off by the outside.
Pros: Owners were very welcoming and the breakfast was good.
Cons: urgently needs TLC, this property is in very poor disrepair and not at all clean.
Pros: The hosts were great! Previous reviews mentioned the building needs upgrading, and while I think that's true, what matters at the end of the day is that you're made to feel welcome. I ...
Cons: Nothing really!
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff who welcomed us and recommended local attractions and things to do on our forward journey.. Great location for walking and wildlife.Good breakfast
Cons: Outward appearance of hotel, we thought it was closed on arrival as it looked so run down. Rooms could do with some redecoration. It is a pity that these were our impressions as the hotel has ...
Pros: The only thing I liked about this hotel was the door I left through !
Cons: Very very very run done this place is falling apart and when we arrived at 8pm as we were cycling and weather had held us up we were not greeted but more shoved in a room because the hotel closes at ...
Pros: Location for our stay perfect. Home cooking steak pie to die for!
Cons: Dated property requiring upgraded but everything was spot on for us
Pros: Friendly staff, wonderful food,
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